She recently caused quite a bit controversy after going topless in a shoot for Interview.
Keen to continue to show off her assets and her extensive collection of rings, Madonna posted a string of seductive snaps to Instagram on Tuesday morning.
The 56-year-old gave her fans on the photo-sharing app, which recently deleted all fake accounts causing celebrities to lose a significant amount of followers, quite the eyeful.
Clutching her breasts in her hands, the Material Girl singer proved to be extremely ample as she slipped into a champagne coloured lace balconette styled bodice.
Wearing a number of gold rings embellished with gems, Madonna accessorised the piece of lingerie with a floral gold waistbelt.
Keeping her face out of the frame, the picture, which is part of the promo trail for her new album, Rebel Heart, currently has over 63,000 likes and was captioned: 'Diamonds are an #unapologeticb***hes best friend #rebelheart'.
In another shot, the mother-of-four put her slender legs on display as she donned a pair of suspenders with stockings as she appeared to be wearing a black bodysuit.
Once again the jewellery on her hands seemed to be the main focus of the image as she rocked an intricate leaf design piece.
The description read: 'Today I'm a Cosmo Girl Living for Love #rebelheart'.
'Love thy haters as thyself! #rebelheart verse 313..........#livingforlove', were the words placed alongside an image of Madonna's perfectly manicured nails.
Last Saturday, Madonna pulled a Beyoncé and surprised her fans with a post-midnight release of six new songs for those who pre-order her new album, Rebel Heart on iTunes.
The icon's latest body of work, which will be her 13th drops March 10 and has already suffered two early leaks, including 13 unfinished demos.
On Monday the singer defended her references to 'terrorism' and 'rape' in connection with the unauthorised releases by saying that she is 'living in a state of terror.'
Speaking to The Guardian, Madonna explained: 'Obviously there is a person, or a group of people behind this that were essentially terrorising me.
'I don't want to sound alarming, but certainly that's how I felt.'
She added: 'It's one thing if someone comes into your house and steals a painting off your wall: that's also a violation, but, your work, as an artist, that's devastating.
'I'm an artistic person, I'm very expressive. I'm sorry if words alarm people, but that's what it felt like. It was not a consensual agreement. I did not say 'hey, here's my music, and it's finished.' It was theft.'